Syrian Refugee Camps Travel Log with Coulter Adams|Tuesday, January 19, 2016

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The North Columbia Schoolhouse Cultural Center is pleased to be hosting Coulter Adams’ photo travel log and discussion of his experience working in Syrian Refugee camps.

Coulter Adams began traveling to the Middle East in the early 70’s. He explored Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey and Afghanistan.

In 2015 Coulter was inspired by a photograph of a Syrian child who had drowned while trying to reach Europe with his family. He was so moved by this image that he decided to travel to Turkey in search of refugee camps where he could volunteer. He ended up working at the border between Croatia and Serbia. He also worked at a camp at the Crotian  Slovenian border. This was Coulter’s first time doing international volunteer work.

On Tuesday, January 19, Coulter will be sharing his experience along with his photographs with any who may have interest in learning more.

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